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The South of Scotland

Various shots taken in and around the South of Scotland,over the years.My parents set up shop here in 1966.When I had to live here,I hated it.Now,almost in my dotage,and stuck in a rut in Greater London,I see Annandale,through different eyes.For the most part,it's a friendly,quiet,unassuming wee Scottish town.My mum still lives there.Ironically,she's a Londoner.Addendum, 2014 ; the place is littered with castles, mottes, towers and hill forts aplenty .I'm in my element.The only downside now,is I live 330 miles away.
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The  Falkirk  Wheel , from  the  upper  canal.
The Falkirk Wheel , from the upper canal.
The Town  Bridge , well  reflected.
The Town Bridge , well reflected.
Nettles  and  red  campion
Nettles and red campion
Annan  : where  town  meets  bridge.
Annan : where town meets bridge.
Annan  Castle, the  motte; the  home  of  Robert  The  Bruce.
Annan Castle, the motte; the home of Robert The Bruce.
Annan Castle,the motte viewed from the remains of the bailey.
Annan Castle,the motte viewed from the remains of the bailey.
Gone  but  not  forgotten.
Gone but not forgotten.
Late afternoon sunlight illuminates the cooling towers at Chapelcross.
Late afternoon sunlight illuminates the cooling towers at Chapelcross.
George (70) resetting  the  poke  nets.
George (70) resetting the poke nets.
The  old Town  Hall  at  night.
The old Town Hall at night.
Early  sunshine  lights  up  fence  posts.
Early sunshine lights up fence posts.
A  scottie  dog  looking  down  on  Robert  The  Bruce.
A "scottie dog" looking down on Robert The Bruce.
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